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    Zombie Cosmetics

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    Dead's, Zombify Yourself app, which allows anyone to look like a zombie. Whether it is for a costume party, trick-or-treating, or for just plain fun, turning into a zombie is a must – at least once. However, recreating the zombie look is not easy, unless the proper makeup is used. Gathering the Proper Supplies Before venturing off into zombie land, it is important to gather the proper tools to recreate the look. Common items found in zombie makeup and costumes include: Supply Description Example Makeup

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    Zombie Synopsis

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    Two hapless, young adults try to survive the first day of a zombie outbreak. BRIEF SYNOPSIS: JOHNNY (20’s) and LISA (20’s) play a zombie video game. Lisa tries to tell Johnny that using “blunt” weapons is the best weapon to use against zombies. Johnny doesn’t really understand. Lisa goes to work at the Youth Club. There are small groups of teenagers hanging around the entrance. When she passes them they only reply with a moan. Lisa greets the manager, DOM, and co-worker JEAN (50’s). They let the

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    A Zombie Apocalypse

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    A zombie apocalypse is a terrifying thing to imagine, but with an effective, well-thought-out emergency plan civilization can be better prepared for this catastrophe. As chief of police and fire, we are imbedded with the responsibility of help and guidance to citizens during this time of crisis. Our main priorities would be evacuation, communication, public safety, and crime prevention. As chief of police and fire, we would recommend all citizens make their way to one of our military safe zones

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    1. Introduction Zombie movies have haunted movie theater screens since the 1930s. Yet, the definition of 'the zombie' has changed since the beginning of the new millennium. While a few decades ago, zombies were described as dead people who escaped their graves and started walking the earth again, new movies have altered that definition and now “[...] include still-living characters infected with an incurable disease that extinguishes their personalities and turns them into bloodthirsty killers”

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    Zombie Viral Epidemic

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    Zombies as viral epidemic Soon after the economic zombie came to light, the zombie pandemic theme was the next to follow. It became what is now a constant trend in the zombie genre that constantly reminds humans of the destroying quality and uncontainable nature of diseases. Free movement of people around the globe and the speed at which infection could spread and affect millions of humans became a newly established source of public paranoia and panic. With real threats of swine flu and ebola infection

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    first zombie movie White Zombies in 1932; however, just in the past few decades has the threat of a zombie apocalypse enter the realm of international politics. The threat of a zombie apocalypse is a very serious concern of the international communities. Many political scientists are not sure how the world leaders would be able to work together if this issue were ever to arise in the world today. In the book “Theories of International Politics and Zombies”, Drezner uses the threat of a zombie apocalypse

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    The Word Zombie

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    The meaning of the word zombie has shifted in public perception rather drastically a number of times over the last fifty years largely as a result of their rise in popularity in the zeitgeist. What we think of as zombies today are largely myth of course, but there is a grain of truth. It dates back to the 8th century, (possibly earlier according to some speculation in fact) the word 'zombie ' is said to have come from nzambi, which in Kongo means 'spirit of a dead person ', or zonbi, used in the

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    Zombie Symbolism Essay

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    literally and figuratively. However, this ever-expanding market has society curious purely based off of the inherent restrictions of the zombie population. When looking into all aspects surrounding the zombie culture, it becomes obvious that one cannot humanize a zombie; one cannot add depth and iconic

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    Real-Zombie Parasites

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    graveyard, full of dead people and suddenly, you hear a scratching sound coming out of a grave.You think what's happening, then wham it opens, sounds rush to your head and you run, never looking back. And no, this is not going to be a best seller zombie romance story or whatever you thought it was going to be. Real-Zombies are actually starting to show up in insects. The parasites inside the insects are taking control of their hosts and well making them into zombies. Zombies are generally considered

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    Zombie Lore Analysis

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    tropes to a zombie spin on Richard Matheson's I Am Legend (1954), and eventually, to satirical and sociopolitical commentary. The  concepts of superiority and the loss of virtue are definitely applicable to our most basic state of human nature and are most effectively displayed in zombie lore.        The Loss of Humanity and the Flourish of Desire In Zombie Lore     Exercising dominance over another is a fairly prevalent theme in zombie culture. In Suzanne Lea’s article “Modern Zombie Makers: Enacting

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